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Benefits Of Pressing The Brakes On Gluten

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You know who wants to go on a gluten-free diet? Everyone! Even without having Celiac disease or being sensitive to the negative effects of gluten to the body, everybody wants to have a go at it. And do you blame us? Going gluten-free has so many benefits and advantages that basically all of us would jump on. You would be cutting down on so many food luxuries anyway, but the end results are more desirable.

what is gluten? 

Gluten is a special type of protein found in wheat, barley and rye products mainly providing elasticity during the fermentation process. Flour products are the most common sources of gluten like bread, cereal, pizza and baked goods. Foods like soy sauce, alcoholic beverages and even beauty products like lip balm may have gluten in them.

Celiac Disease (CD) on the other hand is the autoimmune reaction of the body to gluten because of the inability of the small intestine to process it properly resulting in damage to the intestinal tract, diarrhea, indigestion, and vomiting. Gastrointestinal bloating, headaches, cramps or general discomfort after consuming some gluten in your diet are signs that tell you may be sensitive and allergic to gluten. People with CD avoid gluten products because of the risk of aggravating the illness.

The point we are driving at here is that if you don’t have an allergy to gluten, you don’t necessarily need to cut it out totally, you could just reduce your intake of gluten products so you can enjoy some of the advantages of going gluten-free. As usual, you have to eat healthy and exercise if you want to see results, especially for weight loss.

Benefits of avoiding gluten
Benefits of avoiding gluten

Why you should cut down on gluten

Going further, here are some of the amazing benefits of cutting down on gluten;

  • Eliminates unhealthy and processed foods from your diet that are stuffed with added sodium, sugar, preservatives, and calories such as sugary cereals, fried food, bread, pastries and many more.
  • Increases immunity levels to germs, viruses because you will be taking more foods rich in antioxidants, vitamins and minerals.
  • It improves health of people sensitive to gluten, reducing gastrointestinal discomfort and other allergic reactions
  • Encourages intake of fruits and veggies which are essential to your diet as you will be cutting down on gluten which is present in almost all the food we eat.
  • Improves weight loss with the reduction of unhealthy foods that contain lots of calories.
  • Jerks up energy levels with the consumption of fiber and healthy fats instead of unhealthy carbohydrates. This in turn regulates blood sugar levels thus providing you with more energy.
  • Reduces risk of brain damage like dementia, Alzheimer’s disease which come as a result of chronic inflammation, cancers, diabetes and other heart diseases


Beware of products in stores that say “gluten-free” as they don’t automatically mean low-calorie or healthy. Don’t feel like you have to go gluten-free if you are not particularly allergic to it. You could just tone it down a bit on the gluten consumption because you will be eating healthier foods which gives you much energy and helps you lose fat (weight loss).

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